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The aim of this paper is to illustrate how subjectivity is constituted via exteriorities. Drawing upon the work of Levinas and others, it examines how voices irretrievably outside the subject call to us, on a pre-subjective level, welcoming us into various modalities of identity and belonging. In...
In this paper I build upon geographical writings on non-representational theory and dance by exploring how the pioneering avant-garde dancer Anna Halprin and landscape architect Lawrence Halprin attempted to choreograph a range of bodies and environments in 1950s and 1960s California. In contrast...